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SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME* * *(More Marvel hero stuff)If your brain is not completely saturated with Marvel heroes, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” opens by saying good-bye to Iron Man Tony … more
MIDSOMMAR * * * (Disturbing, weird, foreboding horror film) Think of the weirdest horror movie you have ever seen and multiply by 10 and you have the strange mind of Ari Aster, who brought us another unusual horror flick in Hereditary. A big warning: more
PAVAROTTI * * * (Well-constructed documentary) Director Ron Howard does an excellent job of telling Luciano Pavarotti's life story in this two-hour documentary that covers all the bases. Using old black and white photos, talking heads, concert videos more
YESTERDAY * * * 1/2 (Don) Joyce * * * (Quirky musical fantasy) First of all, you have to buy into the fact that solar flares descended on Earth and caused everybody except Jack to forget that the Beatles ever existed. For some odd reason, they also don't more
TOY STORY 4 * * * * (Delightful cartoon sequel) Sitting in front of us at the matinee was a 4-year-old with a Woody hat and doll, thoroughly engrossed in the movie, as were the other kids (and parents) at the Warwick Mall Showcase. The continuing saga of more
LATE NIGHT * * * (Lightweight comedy) Emma Thompson stars as Katherine Newbury, an aging, British, female, late-night talk show host threatened with being replaced by a younger male. Katherine can be quite caustic and downright mean to her stable of more
THE DEAD DON'T DIE * * * (Zombie movie parody) Think of the worst zombie movie you have ever seen. Multiply by 10. And you have The Dead Don't Die. You may hate this slow-moving, tongue-in-cheek spoof or, like Joyce and I, you may love the zaniness. more
SHAFT * * (Three Shafts for price of one) The Shaft story lives on, and this time there are three of them. The movie opens with John Shaft driving through Harlem in 1989, with his wife and baby in the car, as the bad guys try to assassinate him. They more
MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL * * (Sci-fi action comedy) Chris Hemsworth stars as Agent H, an MIB British agent who teams up with rookie female Agent M (Tessa Thompson) to save the world. Emma Thompson appears at the beginning and end as the big boss and more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Godzilla: King of the Monsters *** out of five stars The world's most famous giant movie monster returns for his latest rampage. In the aftermath of Godzilla's battle against the vicious MUTOs (seen in the 2014 Godzilla more
ROCKETMAN * * * * (Elton John biopic) Dexter Fletcher, who had his hands in another biopic (Bohemian Rhapsody), takes the story of Elton John's up and down life and turns it into another winner. Stories of famous celebrities, especially musicians, seem more
ALADDIN* * * *(Delightful Disney classic)It has been 27 years since Disney Studios delighted us with a cartoon version of “Aladdin.” Turning the story into a live-action, special effects … more
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